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KEYS WINS FMEA BUILDING STRONG COMMUNITIES AWARD

11/09/2015 ~ The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) recently honored the community service efforts of Keys Energy Services (KEYS) by recognizing the municipal electric utility with the 2015 Building Strong Communities Award.

Honored during the building strong communities luncheon at FMEA’s annual Energy Connections Conference and Trade Show in Orlando, on November 5, KEYS received the award for its commitment to enhancing its customers’ quality of life through community-improvement programs such as their environmental initiatives to reduce green house gases and ongoing involvement and support of numerous school/youth-related activities and programs throughout their service area.

“Being a part of the community is about more than making sure the lights are on,” said FMEA Executive Director Barry Moline. “The recipients of the 2015 FMEA Building Strong Communities Awards excel in not only taking an interest in seeing their communities succeed, but also actively working toward making them better places to live and building strong communities.”

About FMEA: The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) represents the unified interests of 34 public power communities across the state, which provide electricity to more than 3 million of Florida’s residential and business consumers.

PHOTO CAPTION:
Front row- left to right: Natasha Kilpatrick, Donna Conyers, Lisa Ward (City of Tallahassee), Nikki Johnson (City of Winter Park), Barbie Taylor (Lakeland Electric), Javier Cisneros (Fort Pierce Utility Authority), Paul Austin (City of Leesburg), Pedro Arencibia (Keys Energy Services)

Back row- left to right: Lamar Whitaker (Beaches Energy Service), Joe Young (Gainesville Regional Utilities), Wayne Hughes (Beaches Energy), Mike Poucher (Ocala Utility Service), George Hayes (Orlando Utilities Commission), Susan Noell (City of Bushnell), Chris Gent (KUA)

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